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    No Guidelines From State About DACA Medi-Cal Eligibility

    Jul 31, 2014

    Viji Sundaram

    The California Department of Health Care Services’ (DHCS) failure to issue guidelines to county agencies on the state’s health care program for low-income people has resulted in hundreds of young immigrants being erroneously turned away, says a state lawmaker.
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    No Guidelines From State About DACA Medi-Cal Eligibility

    Jul 31, 2014

    Viji Sundaram

    The California Department of Health Care Services’ (DHCS) failure to issue guidelines to county agencies on the state’s health care program for low-income people has resulted in hundreds of young immigrants being erroneously turned away, says a state lawmaker.
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    Should Parents Be Fined For Their Kid's Graffiti?

    Jul 25, 2014

    Johnny Flores, Amber Amaya

    Adults and youth interviewed by Coachella Unincorporated support the city’s recent decision to fine parents of minors who are accused of vandalizing public and private property.
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    Should Parents Be Fined For Their Kid's Graffiti?

    Jul 25, 2014

    Johnny Flores, Amber Amaya

    Adults and youth interviewed by Coachella Unincorporated support the city’s recent decision to fine parents of minors who are accused of vandalizing public and private property.
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    Should Hate Speech At Council Meetings Be Banned?

    Jul 25, 2014

    Nancy Deville

    (photo by KTVU) Richmond’s plan to implement guidelines to curb hate speech during council meetings is gaining support from residents tired of the constant negative interruptions, but others worry the move will limit their First Amendment rights.
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    Should Hate Speech At Council Meetings Be Banned?

    Jul 25, 2014

    Nancy Deville

    (photo by KTVU) Richmond’s plan to implement guidelines to curb hate speech during council meetings is gaining support from residents tired of the constant negative interruptions, but others worry the move will limit their First Amendment rights.
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    Transit Strikers Demand Better Pay, Full Time Work

    Jul 24, 2014

    Alfredo Camacho

    Drivers and mechanics for Golden Empire Transit (GET), who have been on strike since July 15, continue to picket downtown and at GET’s northeast offices. In their demands, union members emphasize their need for living wages and the equal treatment of part-time drivers.
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    Transit Strikers Demand Better Pay, Full Time Work

    Jul 24, 2014

    Alfredo Camacho

    Drivers and mechanics for Golden Empire Transit (GET), who have been on strike since July 15, continue to picket downtown and at GET’s northeast offices. In their demands, union members emphasize their need for living wages and the equal treatment of part-time drivers.
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    Young Women Weigh In On Hobby Lobby Decision

    Jul 18, 2014

    Karen Marin

    VoiceWaves asked teenage women in Long Beach, “If a woman is covered by her employer’s insurance, should the employer determine what methods of birth control they will pay for and which they will not?”
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    Young Women Weigh In On Hobby Lobby Decision

    Jul 18, 2014

    Karen Marin

    VoiceWaves asked teenage women in Long Beach, “If a woman is covered by her employer’s insurance, should the employer determine what methods of birth control they will pay for and which they will not?”
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    Lessons Learned from Father’s Deadly Encounter with a Deputy

    Jul 15, 2014

    Alfredo Camacho

    Three years after former NFL player David Lee “Deacon” Turner was shot and killed by Kern County Sheriffs on July 10, family and friends gathered at the scene of the shooting at the Fastrip convenience store on the corner of Mount Vernon and Niles to memorialize his death.
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    Lessons Learned from Father’s Deadly Encounter with a Deputy

    Jul 15, 2014

    Alfredo Camacho

    Three years after former NFL player David Lee “Deacon” Turner was shot and killed by Kern County Sheriffs on July 10, family and friends gathered at the scene of the shooting at the Fastrip convenience store on the corner of Mount Vernon and Niles to memorialize his death.
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